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The Central Record, Thursday July 20 1916.
Japanese Salutations. TIio Japanese hnve llircc form-, of fnlulntlon for Inferiors, equnls nnil superiors. Has Net Remembered. Auk n man lln Hum of ilay right lifter lie li"n looked nt hi wntcli, nnd lie will Inviirlsilily take n roeimd linik Jn-fore niiswerlnc Time to Avoid Addcn. Adders nro most Irritable Ju-t nftcr recovering from lillienmtlon, and their bites then nre perilous:. Taking Match Marks From Paint. Mother will lo glad to know thnt lemon Jnlci will remove innteli tinirk- from white pnlnt. Ion't rub so hnrd tm to remove the paint. Farmer Must Be an Expert. We live In nil nge of meclinnlrnl farming; the "man with the hoe" Is n has-lieen. The furiuer of the future will ho n machine expert. Uncle Eben. "Sometimes," said Uncle Klien, "n man pits de notion dat he's upllftln' de human rnce when he's only try-In' to litisi It nround." Imputation Scorned. "I believe you're nfrnld of work I" "Afraid of It !' replied 1'lnddlng I'ete. "1 ain't even acquainted with It." Washington Star. Seriousness and Stupidity. The trouble with being serious Is that some people will supeet that you are only stupid. And nine times out of ten they will he right ubout It. RAILROAD WAGES Shall they be determined by Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration or induV, trial warfare? The train employes on all the railroads are votjng whether they will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service your service. This army of employes is in the public service your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-five percent ol tha train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and averagt of all) as shown by the payrolls Csoangir Fru'ght Yard Rtag. Amtti R.nis AfM Ruts Avaa.g. $1972 $2306 $145S $1916 1156 l?fifi 3S10 5"06 3505 51916 2424 51566 1552 1 847 1353 i?nn 1055 ioak 2G9G 1847 2358 1580 1749 1245 943 1209 049 979 406 777 1652 1Z03 1038 9 79 1302 7 77 957 1109 755 958 754 990 173G llU3 1854 958 1405 990 Engineers . Conductors Firemen . Brakemen. The average yearly wage payments to all Southern train em ployes (including those who worked only part of the year) as shown by the 1915 payrolls were Pauenger Freight Yard Engineer $2144 $1712 $1313 Conductors 1723 1488 1157 Firemen 1096 865 688 Brakemen 1013 845 868 A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than one-fifth of all employes) is equal to a 5 per cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right to place this burden on the cost of transportation to you without a clear mandate from a public tri bunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settle ment of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by refer ence to the Interstate Commerce Commis- sion. This offer has been refused by the employes' representatives. Shall a nation-wide strike or an investigation under the Gov ernment determine this issue? National Conference Committee of the Railway EUSHA LEE, Chairman. r. . AiuKii.il r, C.a'l u.,. Alkali. Ca.M 1.1a. IUUn4. L. V. AUl l, C.a'l afaaaaar, Caaual ( u,arBia K.lla.j, C (. BAKU!), C.- Ummmf. IW !.. ll.a A Hanfa.4 RaUraaA C. B. t(UI'M4, 1'faa.fWJ.al. iaaia.ra K.IU.7, s. b. corns. Caisfoaaaar, lt.il.;. r. E.LUOVUY. Atu. VU .-JV,.IW .r Caaual K.U...a. C SL KlUjmOH, Cml af.aaiar, C SL INC. Caa'f Ummmmtr, SXhliaaalaala M U..aia( Kalfeaa, sl v. caticK. a, u rwum. Good Work of Enollsh Sparrow. The thistle nnd the caterpillar have been eliminated from New Zealand by tho Kngllsli sparrow. . mertian Cedar for Lead Pencils. Two billions of lead pencils are made each year. Half of them nro niado of American cedar. Excellent Rules for Life. Worry less, work more! ride less, walk more; frown less, laugh more; eat les, chew more; preach less, practice more. Weighing Molasses. When weighing molasses for cook ing puriNisos, Hour the scale well nnd the mobiles will run off quite easily vlthout lenlng imy stickiness behind. Where They Were Likely to Be. Jolly Man (whose appetite Is the envy of all his fellow boarders) "Well. I never I I've lost two buttons on my vest." Lady of the House (who has been wanting to give him n hint) "You will most likely find them In the dining room, sir." Keeping Daby Quiet. One mother used n clever device to keep her ever-restless youngster from crawling nwny nil the time. She got n large soft gray blanket nnd cut out gay designs from the nursery hooks, which she sewed on the blanket. The pictures were made of linen, from on of those linen children's books sold In nil the shops. The bright pictures at tracted the child's attention, nnd he would sit for hours looking nt them nnd picking nt them. A baby fence nround the rug completed the outfit. A. S. CKF.IC. Jul. tm Jtoabara, Ik Laai. A 9.a riuiJa. UallraaJ. C V. KUUMS. C.m-I Itwyv, AUbUwn, Taacfca A luu la aUUaj U. W. M.MAS1EH, Caa- Maaa., a..la u.U. tri. a.llta.A, H J. MAUtK, rifMinti NIU aa. fatal KaUaa. JAMU HUS1LUL, M Afaa, U.a.ar HI. Onaa. Malb-aaa. a. si. scuorui. rta-rw, lM.,l,aaia liM VaM. V. I. SAUUUN, riaaJr.Ml.a, Iakaa4 Al tlH tUUmtf. A. I. STOME, rurn,li,,l. . a. WAIO. fWW C1 SaaaH Cawral I la.i, KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS (ieorgotottn defeats tho commission form of government for school trus- tees by 6S votes. The first county IiIrIi school of Henderson County 1ms hocn nuthor licil hy the Hoard of Kilucntlon. t'.lclilrpn rlilhlrpii were made vlo Icntly 111 nt a iilcnlc In 0cnl)oro as a result of eating Ice cream cones. In 1M4 there were registered n, Kentucky only Si.ioO automobiles. To-1 (l.iv tho reclstrntlon Is over 21.000. Tk ,i .1 !.,,.,, cattle In Shelhy County than In any . county in any state In America. ....... . . .. There arc 469,. 11 hcntucklans avail- able for war duty between the ages' of 18 and 45. and 21,000,000 In tho wiiiiio tuuiurj. Ono hundred years ago In July, 151b, L'arilSIO was mill OUl in lOtS. IIIO centennial celohratlon planned will', Cj.ruj rattcr80n, ot West Point, not be carried out. nRnlCll nl. ln,t Biant cracker. lett A delegation from Frankfort went over from the Fourth, decided on a to Fort Thomas to present a large spectacular "stunt" for the Mlnd-iip" American flag to their homo com- of the celebration nnd placed It In his pany, t of the National Guards. mouth. Tho attending physician says Four thousand nnd forty mcmhers of tho Kentucky National (luard nnd those who li.no tiassed Physical examl- nation have been sworn Into the Fed- cral service for a period of threo years. Two families near Cadiz are re- ported ns having been poisoned from cistern water. It was discovered that pcrceniago or increase in i.ann ciear rats carried iarls creen Into tho els- InRs for tho first five months of llfi (ems. ,, ' m.. I orty-one of the 80 olucers nnd men , ,. . m 1. iiiiiiiaiii ,1, nam unit iti tut; run Iteglment. were rejected by United o. . . .. I. -rV.' A bill carrying an appropriation for. J7.500 with which to mirchase a site for the new Government building at Hickman, was passed hy Congress a few days ago. The amount for tho building proper was fixed nt $75,000. . . . n-n.. l,UllllUlB31IUIt- If, (tl,.ll"ja "lll-J lias ulii,ii,iiii:u lull. laiiuii 11111- i . I ii , i- r - 11 .m porary bridge engineer In his depart-i . r.. ii i . i . ti ment. Carrel Is the head of tho I)e- partment ot Tlrldgo Uulldlng nt the Btato University. I The fifteenth annual session of tho Kentucky liar Association was held ln Louisville. One session was de-, vnteit in n Hl,lnn nf ihn nrnhlem of reducing the cost of criminal pros ocutlon ln the state. ttlng-nccked pheasants placed ln woods near Campbellsburg aro ra n.V,p.y'bnu. J' give promise of making fine sport for game sters later on. They are protected by tho stato gamo laws. Guy Mnville, of Carlisle, under In dictment on a charge of murder, es- caped from Carlisle during a recent I night. Ho was charged with having cording to Information from the De I killed his wife. lie attempted suicide partment of the East received at Ft , and his serious condition necessitated Thomas. Tho First Iteglment Is the leaving htm In his room. I Former Governor James D. Me- Creary has submitted to tho Hoard ' of Directors ot the Kentucky Itural Credit Association his resignation as . president ot that organization, but he I did not resign his membership In the Hoard of Directors. Probably the oldest tobacco now extant In tho United States Is In the possession of Mr. Will Moore, a rall- ..i -I..I, r.,i,,n .J way mall clerk of Princeton. Tho to-' bacco was grown on a firm In Tennes see In 1856 and Is therefore CO ears old. The plant of the Kentucky Refinery Company, Louisville, for which K. H. Ferguson onco refused a cash oSer of $3,800,000, was sold by n commit tee of the company's creditors for a consideration of $200,000. Tho pur chasers woro Campbell, Heath & Co., New York, Two men were wounded during a fight at a picnic grounds rear Ilarl.in. telegraph servlco between tho liar Ono of the men wounded was Ton-, lan County coal fields of Southeast monwcalth Attorney .1 G Forrosii r, crn Kentucky and Louisville, reports an lnnocont byitander, who was .-hot successful experiments with a newly, ln the chest when Ma-1: rin l nhl Installed apparatus at Its Coxton mln to havo fired at William Jackson after ing plant. Messages wero heard as far the pair had quarreled. away as Pensacola and tho govern- Kstlmated operating revenues of tho ment station at Arlington. The mln Louisville & Nashvlllo Hallway from Ing company expects, It Is stated, to July 1. 1915, to Juno 30, 1910, were carry on Its routine correspondence $00,200,020, which was an lucreaso of, between mines and tho Louisville $8,051004 over tho preceding fiscal, odlco by wireless. rr,ttnt3T'3 Vf,r, ""l Bam P"r' ""eh A. McCano. of Pittsburg, has lod In 1913-14, according to a romp- ..,.,.,, Mra. vFlll(. Mnre. of trailer's statement Issued In Uiuls vllle. With ono per cent of its entire population, mi enormously loss toll ot its youth, gone to respond to the call ot their country, business men, stato and other public nUlcials Joined In tho I dedication of a lot In the Frankfort Cemetery set apart for tho burial of Revolutionary War veterans or uncared-for graves. Tho first Stato Hoard of Account ancy ot Kentucky met In Frankfort and organized so as to bo In position to promptly servo prospectlvo appli cants for certificates as certified pub Ho accountants. J. H. Mayex, I-ouU-vllle, was elected President; It. 12. Klein, Ft. Thomas, Secretary, and K. C. Couley, Catlottsburg, Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Keuben Davidson, mountain neighbors of Dorea College, boast of a family of nearly 150, accord ing to Information furnished tbo col lege authorities by ono of their daugh ters, Mrs. James Harrett. Tho cou ple, who nro In their seventies, bavo 11 children, 100 grandchildren, and 32 great-grandcblldren. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, - Kentucky. Hie nfth-thft LotiUrllle Dlstrlct- malntnlns the position of second In th collection of ordinary revenues fot the Government, having a tntnl ol $:0,:S4.0O9.OI. The district galnel mora than $2,000,000 In Its aggregate collections. Corporations In the ills trlct contributed l2l,t9M unilr the Income tax law-, while Individuals pal. I out of their Incomes (103,183.91. J. T. McKay, of near (loforlh, near pni,noiith rennrts thnt l.irirn swarm n,ccs 0j, up n i,omo recently In onn of the chimneys of his home. The husy little frllows clcanoj nil soot from the chimney and went to work In by coming down tho chimney nnd ln tl10 ll0,lte- nIul Mr- McNay had to . Some of the country school districts strikes on school lots, according to wturnlnB operators The operators "tended drilling to numerous school lots and some good strikes are benK madc ,ho ,c,10oIs receiving a .,, rnr,.. ,mj.,i. iipi-.ni,. ffom ,,, mny Krow su,nc,cnt. )y (0 support a proposed county high ! school. Wlltl-im rallnr.nn 1.venr.nt,l son he wilt recover unless tetanus devel ops. Ills tonsils nnd his tonguo were hadly torn and ho nearly bled to death. I The Hoard of Trade Journal for J'' calls attention to the significant tact that Iulsvlllo shows n larger ' s compared with the corresponding fl'e months of 1015 than any other ,. ... rtrt , ,.., city of between 200.000 and 300.000 ... nt . . i Pl'uIatlon ln ho country. Tho total for tho period ending .May 31, was 45 per cent moro than for tho same five months of last jenr. Governor A. O. Stanley, of Ken tuckr. rc lowed the entire Kentucky I'rlgade .Monday afternoon at Ft. Thomas. Upon his entrance to tho , Votl the Governor's salute of 17 guns . wa fired. In tho afternoon at 3:00 , o'clock tlio Kentucky llrtgade was . , .. . , , , , , , , , , passed before the band stand, from . , ' , which the Governor and officers ol the National Guard reviewed the troops. 1 Four persons wero drowned In the Kentucky lllver. near mg r-ddy, a lew tnllcs from Frankfort when n yacht ! carrying eight persons was turned ovcr by tha suction of a passing boat. me acaa are .Miss Ann r.mnry, raris. Ky.; Miss Frances Champ, I'arls, Ky.: Carrol P. Dale, Islington. Ky.. and 5 J Tho rescuod were Miss Ann Molloy, Samuel Ileoves Itobert Holtngsworth and Cardwell Chlnn. Twelve machine guns and 12 motor trucks have lieen ordered as equip ment for the Kentucky Hrlgade, ac only unit of tho brlgada which has organized n machine gun company. and news of tho artillery shipment means two additional gun companies will be organized at once, one In tbo Second Iteglment and one In the Third. Kentucky contributed generously to tbo support of tho Federal Government UU,'"B T'uo , j.' ', '!,. r,Vi! ecd June 30, according to the pre- Umlnary statement of tho receipts from ordinary Internal revenue nnd from corporations nnd Individuals un der tho Income tax law, mado public by tho Secretary of tho Treasury nt Washington, D. C. Her aggregate col lections were $37,240,057 73. This Is an Increase of moro than $3,500,000 over tho collections of tho fiscal year of 1915. Tho Harlan Coal Mining Company, of Ixiutsvllle, which proposes wireless Greenville. Ky., as tho result of a courtship by mall. Through a mutual friend they began writing to ach other soveral months ago, their let ters sounded Just right to each other, and Mrs, Moore Invited McCano to come down to Kentucky, which ho did, They liked each other a well that tho wedding followed. McCano has been twice married, while hU brldy bluBhlngly confessed that sho has laid four belpmatos In tha tomb. Ho Is GS and sbo 50, Kentucky leads nil stntcs In tho Union in thoroughbred horses, In to bacco, hemp and sorghum enno. Tho tobacco crop In 1915 was 360,000,000 pounds, moro than one-third ot the total crop ot America. Kentucky Is th tenth stato in the production of corn, showing last year a yield of ovor 115,000,000 bushels. There are 15,000,000 bearing fruit trees In Ken tucky, and last year Kentucky was the seventh stato In the Union In tho production ot apples, tho crop ticlng 12,500,000 bushels, worth to the producers 71 cents per bushel. Prince in goodness and in pipo satisfaction is all we or its enthusi astic friends ever claimed for it 1 It answers every or any other man cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say so on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. 1916-ANN0UNCEMENM916 - of HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MEN OF LANCASTER, KY Come anil let us sell you farm in Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is Kroxn annually; where all the agricultural products Krow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where Rood schools, moral and hospitable people nre altructinK many home seekers. Lancaster, the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, cream ery, splendid water works system, two figuring mills, grain and hemp ware house, tobacco w-archouse, on the 1, & N railroad, one of the" best graded schools in the State, having nn endow ment fund of 150,000 in addition to n $30,000 new school building. We can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bunk or to unv ollicinl for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but nnv farm priced at its market value. In the Kast capitalists are hunting real estate; No. 1. 130 ncres, on pike. 4J milea from Lancaster, good land.slighllv roll ing, well improved, ut $00.00 per acre. No. 2. 171 acres, IJ milea on main pike, fine land and well located, good improvements, ut $135.00 per acte. No. 3. l'Jl acres on pike 1 milea from town, land very fertile, tenant house and two large tobacco burns. 1'rice $120.00 per acre. No. -I. 121 acres on gooJ road mile from pike, rich land, partly rolling. brick house und tobacco barn. $85 00 per acre. No.fi. 125 ucres, 1 mile lrom pike. 11 miles from railroad, good land, fair improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per acre. No. C. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile from good village, residence, Btock barn and tobacco barn, well watered, mostly in gruss, hemp and tobacco, land ready for cultivation, A money maker at $05.00 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as g'xl land as there is in Kentucky, 1 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well improved at $160.00 per acre. No. 8. 80 acres, unimproved adjoin ing No. 7 on pike at $135.00 per acre. No. 0. 410 acre, 1 mile from pike on good road, first-class land, good resi dence, tenant house, G large burns, concrete pools. A monev-muker either as an investment or to live on. Trice $100.00 per acre. No. 10. COO acres, 11 miles from pike, well improved, residence and tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $C6.C0 per sere, or will sell off smaller trscti at atrrsctive prices. No. 11. 150 sciei on pike, Rood land well Improved, Rood neighborhood, 3 miles from small town. Price $90.00 Albert the national joy smoke rrtffr ftasr murA f a ttsntrr jm k or lh srnoa tra tfrnp info tor Albert ! niht thr - t ln Artt rt that u tft-ct ' Tha bad Air mcirJi,t tin fot a d,mo thnthr' tow fount and rati posina fin humiJota and tha povifl ttftat 4la hunuaat M-tfft fKwjs.mn that r tha to baero in avth band vp tnm smoke desire you ever had! It is so per acre. No. 12. 50 acre of line land, 1 mile fronuLancasttr. small residnce. largi tobacco barn and other improvement. 1125.00 per acre. No. 13. 97 acre 1 mile from l.ancan ter, on pike, fine Und and new impror ments. $125 In) er acre. No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, front ing on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancas ter, first class Und in every particular, a number of line building sites, suscep table of division into several smaller farms. Trice $130.00 per acre. No. 15. 213 acres. 4 miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for butinrss, $76.00 per acre. No. 10. 225 acres in State of Indiana 45 milea north of Louisville on U & O It H, fertile Und and good improve ments, will sell or exchange for other property. No. IS. 125 acres, right nt town, old .time brick residence, large rooms, brick out buildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making n suburban division, a number of fine building lots. iiuiiMH; nil nurt-i, uui u musi BVll a. , a whole, has never been on the market .until now. Further particulars and 1 pi ice on application. I 19. 200 acres, on pike, I miles from Lancaster, very high claa improve ments, large hand.ome residence, large barns, silo etc. Can be divided into two or ihne or more farms, but we must fell as a whole at $160. (a) K-racre. No. 20. 117.19 ucres by survey, 1 mile from pike on macadam road, large residence, new tobacco barn, stock burn, goivl land, limestone soil, u bar gain at $11,000. No. 21. 1 17 acres 1) miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good lund, very productive, partly rolling, can be divided, price us whole, $N). per ucre. No. 22. CO acrc-i, on pike 4j miles from Lancitster, good land all in grass, G room dwelling, stock burn, tobacco barn and o'her out building, improve ments all new, $5,000.00. No. 23. 08 acres, 5 miles from Lan caster, on pike, right nt school and churches, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, large burn, good, young orchard, fine location for dairyman or stock man. Trice tm upplicution. No. 23J. 101 ucres, highly improved two milea of Lancaster, hplendid lund. Trice $135. per ucru. No. '21. A good business proposition: Large 9-room duelling with 5-room basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, largo livery barn, two story, upper lloor harduood maple used for dunce hull or skating rink, two small houses will always rent- Located on railroad. In small, but splendid business town. A money.muker for the. right man. Trice $1500.00 ui will trado for farm. No. 21. CO acres, on pike near town very fertile, big tobacco barn and resi dence; $85.00 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and residences and building lots and busi ness houses in Lancaster and suburbs at attractive prices either for homes or for investment. No. 20. Wo always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings, stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of properties either for sale or trade. No, 27, To the manjvlio wants to sell See us. If you wliil to sell at public auction your farm and stock and crops, let us "pull off" the sale for you, we will make you money. Hughes fx Swlnebroad, Tk Real Estate Mm. Lucatter, Ky. Prince Albert gives smokers esuch delight, because its flavor Si so different and ao delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hnrd as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap. pincss! On the reverse iiIJc of every Prince Albert package you will rend : " PROCESS PATCNTCO JULY 30tN, igOT" That means to you a lot of tobacco en. joyment. Prince Albert has nlwnys been sold without coupons or premiums. Wa prefer to give quality I ht I. J K.riialal if irn 1 rs in 1h rtn9 r' r" toft rJ ItJr tha hamt TOBACCO IS PREPARED FORSMOKERSUNDtRIHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE HOST DE LIGHTFUL AND WHOLE SOME TOBACCO FOR CIC- rnr Ifp mil tha timat jUZUsssWUUH? 'process patented JULY JO? 190 RJ.htiTOJjrcWct)CoiMuiT WiwroNSuinNjCUSA. DOES NQTBITE THE TONGUE. TkU U tka Htm. ttJa mi ikm tri Albart liJr f.J tla. K.a Ulia Tal.al.J rra4.MM at.aaaf a. Ia.aw aad taahaa wk.l 11 naaaa U a.lu IVixa AlbaH H mtm la jmmM LkU. Earth's Atmosphere. The innh's ntmoiphero Ii supplied to xurj- In depth from 123 to 2UO miles. Aids to Safety. t'e n second llmuclit In buln.-ii nnd u uruiid night In lute. That rul will cne you a lot of illkCouifurt. Attchlvm Olobo. Drink Wattr Slowly. Drink cold water slowly when jou are ery warm. A lp. held in tho mouth until warmed, then swallowed, will do you more fil tliuu u blif draft taken at a gulp. Ffarihi a i N FARMER'S COLUMN rip.e. b.lo IliU hr.'tlUK it tot tt) .icltt Ifr u. ol our f.imrr ut.cflUrr.. aixt I. fr lh fala ol aloek. fft.HI II1 lllcll tlttlK. on (arm at lb. Urmer cauuul a!Torit to ,trs lli. No no l it f "III im acc'rtril oi.r lour llDti, .li! will Itaoulrtu two ta.nea of In. iro.rt. frreotetiatf. Three Toland China Hoars and one (lit for sale. Apply at this otlice. Two extra good young Jersey Cows i for sale. T.'M. Tinder. ; WANTKO-fcin bu.heN of barley. J (i. A. Swlnebroad. Sam Cotton has two good milk cows for sale. FOH S U.K-Team wink mules. Ollie W. Kales. IOU SAI.K-A nice Duroc boar. Miller McCormtck. It P 1) 2. il. I. Illankemiliip, the homv man, will be in Lancaster Monday with some choice honey for sale. WANTKD-An extru gi-od bull. K. C. McWhorter. Taint Lick, Ky. KOIt SALK-Three good yearling bull calves. J II Thompson, Tieach ersville. Ton Sai.i;-llrum cultivator, good ns new. Trice reasonable. S. II. Kite. I'OU SALU-A nice four year old driving horse. Apply to W, T. Crous. horn on Crab Orchard pike, ICoute 2. LOST Iletween Nina and Lowell, a good razor. Itewurd If left ut Hill Whitnkers. S. L. Layton. Kent Sai.k-25 good ewes and 3 extra good Toland China boars. Walker llradshaw. FOIt SALK.-20 gocd, fresh milk cows, also 20 yearling, two year old jersey heifers, Walton K. Moss. Tom Ituy, of Sycamore Valley, has for sale, threo cows with young calves and three sows and pigs. Allfrood one?. Koit Salk: One five-year-old sorrel pony, well broke; also one yearling pony. Will sell cheap. Miss Anna Ilelle Uurnside. WANTKD To rent a small farm that can be cultivated with 3 horses and 7 boys. V. r. Ilrlckey lluens Vista, Ky. 300 first year, young mountain sheep for sale. E. C. McWhorter and J. Ii. Woods., Taint Lick. Ky. LOST-Illg, handsome, black white and tan bitch, just weanad puppies. Left A. K. Walkers July Eth. Any Information will be appreciated. Woods Wslker.